This tasting preceded the Belgian ale tasting, perhaps a warm up.
Taste: I can immediately taste the dry peppery phenols in the back of the throat. Perhaps lemon pepper would be the best description for it. Some honey and citrus and wheat citrus are also initial foretaste characteristics that mellow as the palate gets used to it. Lemon zest and spices finish the beer in normal Belgian fashion. Quite grainy. As the beer continues, the flavor begins to transition into a mild tartness. Finishes dry and uniquely bitter. Still some bubblegum but also earthy grain and hay flavors as well.
Mouthfeel: Smooth apart from the initial spike of carbonation on the tongue. Still spritzy and very bubbly like a soda or Campaign. Dry tannin based finish. Alcohol has little contribution to this though. Pretty light body and very drinkable.
Overall Impression: It was decent. It definitely boasted a lot of complexity of which I'm still learning to acquaint myself and be able to pick out. I like how different saisons are and how they incorporate that nice lemon pepper flavor.